7 stocks that won't let you down
Even in this scary market, you can invest without taking big risks or settling for minuscule returns. Focus on names that have delivered for years, such as Coke and McDonald's.
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I don't need the pictures or the "next buttons". Just give me the anaysis please.
The title of this article " 7 Stocks that won't let you down" is false. There are NO guarantees when you play the Wall Street Casino. Even the safest stock can lose value or give you minuscule returns.
It reminds me of something else that is false that i heard exactly 4 years ago : YES WE CAN !!!
You must think we still believe in u.s. goverment balanceing the budget .
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